Wilderado - Delmar Hall - St. Louis, MO - 06.07.24


with support from Flyte

Set Times:
Wilderado – 9pm
Flyte – 8pm
Doors – 7pm
*Set times are approximate and subject to change without notice.

About Wilderado

Tulsa, Oklahoma band Wilderado have been steadily building a passionate fan base since first forming in the California mountains in 2015. When they initially came together, Max Rainer (lead vocals, guitar), Tyler Wimpee (guitar, vocals) and Justin Kila (drums) spent a summer in Latigo Canyon, a secluded part of Malibu, with longtime Sufjan Stevens collaborator James McAlister, immersing themselves in writing and recording. Those songs went on to form early EP releases with tastemaker indie labels IAMSOUND and National Anthem, garnering tens of millions of streams and providing the backbone to years of touring.

Following early recording sessions at their one-time home and creative space named “The Misty Shrub” (the title of the first EP) in Latigo Canyon (the title of the second EP), the band returned to Tulsa to base themselves from their hometown while touring the US extensively both as headliner and direct support. During some time off from the road in 2020, Wilderado was able to focus on completing their self-titled debut LP.

Wilderado was released in October 2021 via Bright Antenna. As with the EPs, the band worked with producer and friend James McAlister (The National, Sufjan Stevens, Taylor Swift) who was joined this time by Chad...

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About Flyte

Flyte is the project of English songwriters Will Taylor and Nick Hill. The pair met at secondary school, eventually settling in Hackney, London. Taylor’s parents were both English teachers and inevitably, various literary influences trickled into the duo’s music- the band taking its name from Sebastian Flyte of Evelyn Waugh’s Brideshead Revisited. 

After the release of two critically acclaimed albums, they have established themselves as an influential mainstay. The Loved Ones (2017) recorded with Burke Reid (Julia Jacklin, Courtney Barnett) in the Australian outback, explored the ways in which people struggle to process love. The albums’ crafted storytelling and ambitious, harmonic arrangements earned it the title ‘Best British debut of the year’ from the Sunday Times. 

Second album ‘This Is Really Going To Hurt’ (2021), took them out to Los Angeles to work with collaborator Andrew Sarlo (Big Thief, Bon Iver). Seeing the sound move into a more simplistic and confessional mode, focusing entirely on the aftermath of relationships ending. 

After extensive touring of Europe and North America,...

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